Tears of the Willow
- 505 CY: Iuz imprisoned beneath Greyhawk Castle.
- 570 CY: Iuz released from beneath Castle Greyhawk, takes up residence in Durukaa, builds Road of Skulls. Circle of Eight sponsers a group of adventurers who sack Iggwilv’s former stronghold in the Tsojcanth Caverns.
- 574 – 576 CY: Uneasy Peace: Iggwilv, Iuz, and Ivid all are defeated or not active. The Horde of Elemental Evil had been scattered.
- 579 CY: Iuz’s forces takes large portion of Vesve.
- 582 CY: Greyhawk Wars begin: Iuz conquers Horned Society during the Blood Moon Festival. Iuz conquers the Bandit Kingdoms.
- 583 CY: Greyhawk Wars: Iuz allies with Ket and Tusmit. Iuz defeats Shield Lands, Fall of Critwall and Adumdfort. Iuz is Iuz finally checked at the Battle of Critwell Bridge. Locally, Fellowship of the Torch fights incursions in the Vesve.
- 584 CY: Greyhawk Wars: Perrenland signs a formal agreement with Iuz recognizing a neutral stance. Whyestil Lake falls to Iuz.
- 585 CY: Greyhawk Wars are basically over by 585.
- 586 CY: King Belvor IV begins campaign to recover Furyondy and Shield Lands from Iuz.
- 587 CY: Wolf Nomads raid Iuz.
- 588 CY: Furyondy completes the recapture of most of its lost lands from Iuz. Eastern Tenh recaptured from Iuz by forces of The Pale and Tehn.
- 589 CY: Now. Tavin Ersteader has just been sworn in as the new Mayor of Highfolk City. In the wider world, Furyondy has declared a permanent state of war with Iuz.
- Highfolk City is the largest settlement in HIghfolk.
- Verbeeg Hill is a trade port that marks the border between Highfolk and Perrenland.
For a general overview of Highfolk, see the front page of this site.
- Ehlonna is the goddess of forests, woodlands, flora, fauna, and fertility. Ehlonna is known to the elves as “Ehlenestra.” Her holy symbol is a rampant unicorn or a unicorn’s horn. There are temples to Ehlonna in Highfolk Town and Quaalsten, as well as scattered shrines throughout the Vesve. She is worshiped by people all through Highfolk.
- Fharlaghn is the god of wanderers and travellers. The Wanderer’s Way Inn is the major shrine to Fharlaghn in Highfolk. Most worshipers of Fharlaghn are travellers, inn keepers (especially Halflings), merchants, bargemen and caravan folk.
- Norebo is the Suel god of luck, gambling, and risks. His symbol is a pair of eight-sided dice. There is a large temple to Norebo in Verbeeg Hill. He is worshiped by gamblers, bargemen and river folk, some merchants, a fair number of Gnomes and Halflings and the roguish elements of society.
- Phyton is the Suel god of natural beauty, man’s dominion over nature and farming. His symbol is a scimitar in front of an oak tree. The Golden Harvest Temple is located in the northern Highvale, a mile or so southeast of the junction of the Quagflow Road and Clatspur Trail. There are smaller shrines to Phyton in most agricultural communities (eg Weeping Willow). In Highfolk, he is worshiped by farmers, Gnomes and Halflings, mostly.
- The Seldarine Pantheon are the gods of the Elves.